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by John Wayne
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eye 194,833

favorite 75

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This pristine print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies. Plus it has a smaller download file. Loner John Wayne changes his outlaw ways when he falls under the spell of beautiful Quaker Gail Russell, A classic American western with a solid cast, good production values and the Duke at his best. Written and directed by James Edward Grant. Released in 1947. a.k.a. "The Angel and the Outlaw" Complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: westerns, Quakers, John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot
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by Frank Godwin
movies

eye 56,915

favorite 30

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A British mystery/suspense drama which costars Terry Moore. NOTE: This film is in the public domain. The copyright notice at the end refers to content not included here. Directed by Guy Green. UK release 1955. US release 1956. a.k.a. "Portrait of Alison" Complete print (US version)
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: mysteries, suspense dramas, Terry Moore, Robert Beatty, William Sylvester, Geoffrey Keen
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by George R Black
movies

eye 133,929

favorite 81

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The women are still wild. The acting is still awful. The plot is still ridiculous. But now you can see it all more clearly and with a much smaller download file. Directed by James L Wolcott. Released in 1958. Filmed in Coral Gables and Silver Springs, FL. Complete print. TRIVIA: Believe it or not Tennessee Williams (uncredited) directed most of this film.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Topics: adventures, comedies, jungle jills, exploitation, Florida
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Albert J Cohen
movies

eye 71,715

favorite 38

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A farfetched, south seas island, mad scientist adventure. The main attractions are three pretty girls, Venetia Stevenson, Dianne Jergens and June Blair. The mad scientist is Alan Napier, who some will fondly remember as Batman's butler, Alfred, in the '60s TV series. Directed by Frank W Tuttle. Released in 1959. Some missing frames Original release ran 71 minutes. CAST NOTE: Venetia Stevenson is best known for playing the ill-fated Nan Barlow in "Horror Hotel" (a.k.a. "City of...
Topics: adventures, mad scientists, Jeff Richards, Venetia Stevenson, Alan Napier, Dianne Jergens, June...
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by Samuel Bischoff--Hal B Wallis
movies

eye 42,341

favorite 13

comment 1

This version has better video quality, smaller download files and the correct aspect ratio. Joe E Brown as the world's worst tractor salesman comes up against Guy Kibbee as the world's most sales-resistant customer. June Travis as Guy Kibbee's daughter tries to help out. Dick Foran and Carol Hughes are interested bystanders. Directed by Raymomd Enright. Released in 1936. Complete print.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Joe E Brown, Guy Kibbee, June Travis, Dick Foran, Carol Hughes, comedy films, comedies
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by Edward Leven & Jack Broder
movies

eye 45,728

favorite 32

comment 6

With a runtime of 65 minutes this is the most complete version presently available. The other version here at IA is 9 minutes shorter with a 56 minute runtime. Illicit lust, voodoo and a South American werebeast. (Okay, so it's a guy in a gorilla suit.) Stars uber-blonde Barbara Payton and Raymond Burr, supported by Lon Chaney and Tom Conway Directed by Curt Siodmak Released in 1951 a.k.a. "The Face in the Water"
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews )
Topics: horror, voodoo, gorilla suits, Barbara Payton, Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney (Jr), Tom Conway
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by Charles R Rogers
movies

eye 41,123

favorite 32

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This glitch-free 733 MB file has the same video and audio qualities as the 3.4 GB copy found elsewhere at IA. Directed by Archie Mayo Released in 1946 complete print
Topics: fantasies, comic fantasies, Hell, the Devil, Paul Muni, Anne Baxter, Claude Rains
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by Robert S Golden
movies

eye 41,405

favorite 17

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This is a sharper and cleaner print with a smaller download file than the existing IA copy. A cute and quirky romantic comedy with a large supporting cast that makes it come alive and provides most of the fun. Directed by William Castle. Released in 1948. a.k.a. "Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven". Complete print CAST NOTE: Audie Murphy's brief walk-on was his first feature film appearance
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: comedies, romantic comedies, Guy Madison, Diana Lynn, James Dunn, Florence Bates, Margaret Hamilton
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by Samuel Goldwyn
movies

eye 56,082

favorite 54

comment 5

This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copy, plus it is in the correct aspect ratio. A lavishly produced wartime propaganda epic with an all-star cast. Like the films "Mission to Moscow" and "Song of Russia" its purpose was to boost support for our Soviet ally. It opens as a lighthearted semi-musical, but then abruptly erupts in violence and stark tragedy as the Nazis attack and occupy a peaceful Ukrainian village. Corny at times, over the top at times,...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Topics: dramas, war dramas, propaganda, WW2, Anne Baxter, Dana Andrews, Walter Huston, Walter Brennan, Jane...
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by D. W. Griffith
movies

eye 41,901

favorite 29

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This 603MB file has the same runtime, and essentially the same video and audio qualities, as the 3.5GB file found elsewhere at IA. Heavily fictionalized, episodic biopic. Stars Walter Houston in his third feature film role. Art direction (settings) by William Cameron Menzies. D. W. Griffith's first sound and penultimate film. Listed in the book "The 50 Worst Films of All Time: and How They Got That Way." The runtime of this version is 84 minutes. Initially released on 8 November 1930...
Topics: biography, civil war, Abraham Lincoln, D. W. Griffith, Walter Houston
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by The 2am Theater
movies

eye 123,315

favorite 256

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ADULT CONTENT -- NUDITY The 2am Theater staff was out on parole just long enough to cobble together this third and final grindhouse double feature simulation: Your cinematic dumpster diving begins with previews of coming infractions, followed by the short, "These Girls Are fools." The first feature presentation, in blushing color, is the topless sci fi anti-classic, "Nude on the Moon." Next an intermission short, "All Men Are Apes," is followed by the second...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, grindhouse, exploitation, gorilla suits, girly photos
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by George R Batcheller
movies

eye 49,804

favorite 53

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PRC's attempt at a Thin Man style mystery, co-starring Neil Hamilton and June Storey. Directed by Bernard B Ray (as B B Ray) Released in 1941. Complete print.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: mysteries, whodunits, comedies, Neil Hamilton, June Storey, Douglas Frowley, Evelyn Brent
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by The 2am Theater
movies

eye 183,515

favorite 356

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ADULT CONTENT ADVISORY: This grindhouse double feature simulation contains nudity and other content some viewers might find objectionable. The 2am Theater raises its ugly head to present an insomniac double feature dedicated to those who remember Manhattan's row of grindhouse palaces on 42nd Street between Times Square and 8th Avenue. (The whole damn block is now owned by Disney.) Our trip down the sleazy side of memory lane begins with coming attractions and a Betty Page bondage short,...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, grindhouse, exploitation, Betty Page
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
movies

eye 88,525

favorite 113

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This is the original widescreen print, which is significantly sharper than the 4:3 print here at IA. According to IMDB this version also is in the public domain. Anyway, how could you not like a movie with dialog like this: "We balled and we balled and we balled, until he dropped dead." Besides, there are many happy endings, and it gives a whole new meaning to, "What's the buzz?" Directed by Denis Sanders. Released in 1973. (a.k.a. "Graveyard Tramps")
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews )
Topics: sci fi, exploitation, sexploitation, lethal sex, nudity, entomology gone wild, killer housewives
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Ken Curtis and B. R. McLendon
movies

eye 52,268

favorite 31

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IMPORTANT NOTE: A much sharper and cleaner print in the original theatrical release format is now available here: https://archive.org/details/TheGiantGilaMonsterWidescreenQualityUpgrade Late '50s teen exploitation Texas style. It's all here - a prejudicial adult figure, a misunderstood young hero who sings and builds hot rods, and of course mediocre rock 'n' roll. The Gila Monster (heloderma suspectum) adds local color, and some might think comedy relief. Filmed in and around Cielo, Texas....
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: teens, teenage, hot rods, monsters, '50s
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by Franklyn Warner
movies

eye 32,447

favorite 8

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A B-western starring George Houston as Wild Bill Hickok, supported by Al St. John and Dave O'Brien. Mantan Moreland appears in a minor role. Directed by Sam Newfield Released in 1938 2 minutes are missing
favoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, George Houston, Al St John, Dave O'Brien, Mantan Moreland
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by Herk Harvey
movies

eye 93,260

favorite 142

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This version was sourced from a high quality 1.3GB Windows Media file found elsewhere at IA which didn't fully derive, and so there wasn't a streaming version. This new upload has been converted to a 642MB mpeg4 (mp4) file with no loss in apparent video quality. A low-key supernatural horror that proved you don't need mega bucks or a Hollywood studio to make a highly effective genre film. Directed by Herk Harvey Released in 1962 a.k.a. "Corridors of Evil" Complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Horror, supernatural horror, mysteries, ghosts, Candace Hilligoss, Francis Feist, Sidney Berger
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by Bert I Gordon
movies

eye 36,960

favorite 111

comment 6

This is the original, true widescreen print which is considerably brighter with better color and contrast than the existing copy here at IA. Produced and directed by Bert I Gordon in 1962. (a.k.a. "St George and the Dragon")
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews )
Topics: Fantasies, fantasy adventures, Estelle Winwood, Basil Rathbone, Gary Lockwood, Anne Helm
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by Nat Levine
movies

eye 19,494

favorite 16

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“Good but short’ “My favorite Wayne B” “Highly recommended” (IMDB reviews quotes). This print is sharper and with better contrast than the existing IA copies. After riding for the Pony Express John Wayne starts a stagecoach line, brings the telegraph to his town, saves a telegraph construction camp from poisoning, beats the bad guys, gets the girl, finishes up with a rip-roarin’ stagecoach race and all in only 54 minuets. Which is a good example of why for action and production...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Pony Express, stagecoach lines, stagecoach races, John Wayne, Phyllis Fraser,...
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Albert J Cohen
movies

eye 34,707

favorite 39

comment 1

Move over "Wild Women of Wongo" and "Bowanga Bowanga." Here comes another tribe of jungle hussies. Oy! (Not to be confused with the 1967 Hammer film "Prehistoric Women") Directed by Gregg C Tallas Released in 1950 a.k.a. "The Virgin Goddess" Tape-transferred complete print (minus a few frames)
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: adventures, jungle jills, exploitation
Picfixer Feature Film Collection
by Buster Keaton
movies

eye 45,442

favorite 37

comment 2

This print is much sharper than the existing IA copy. A sound era Buster Keaton comedy adapted from a 1917 Broadway play by C. W. Bell. It starts off slowly, but with the help of the exceptional Charlotte Greenwood in builds a head of slapstick steam, particularly in the hotel scenes. Pre code. Filmed before in 1920. Directed by Edward Sedgewick. Released in 1931. Complete print. a.k.a. "Romeo in Pyjamas" (UK) TRIVIA: Exteriors and some interiors filmed at Buster Keaton's Beverly...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Comedies, slapstick, pre code, Buster Keaton, Charlotte Greenwood, Reginald Denny, Sally Ellers,...
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by Dick Phillips
movies

eye 21,575

favorite 38

comment 6

Here is another drive-in sci fi catastrophy that by comparison makes Ed Wood look like Cecil B DeMille. In case you're interested (and I can't imagine why you would be) it's about alien monsters that devour lots of people head first, most of them girls in miniskirts. The colossal ineptness exhibited in every aspect of this production is breathtaking. Directed by Vic Savage (as A J Nelson) Released in 1964 a.k.a. "The Crawling Monster" Complete print with marginal video quality
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews )
Topics: sci fi, horror, alien monsters, Vic Savage, Shannon O'Neil, William Thourlby
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by Bernard Glasser (uncredited)
movies

eye 75,167

favorite 156

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Entertaining British sci fi adventure about killer plants from outer space. Loosely adapted from John Wyndham's novel, "Day of the Triffids." Remade twice including a TV mini series. Directed by Steve Sekely (& Freddie Francis uncredited) Released in 1963. a.k.a. "Invasion of the Triffids" Complete Print. TRIVIA: The producer listed in the credits, George Pitcher, had nothing to do with this film. He was a retired film executive whose name was used to meet a British...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Topics: sci fi, horror, alien invasions, carnivorous plants, mass blindness, Howard Keel, Nicole Maurly,...
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by Arthur Alexander
movies

eye 17,009

favorite 10

comment 1

For any surviving Rex Bell fans out there, he stars as the long-lost son of a ruthless cattle baron in this low-impact B-western with more plot than action. Good supporting cast and adequate production values. An entertaining oater that won’t raise your blood pressure. IMDB rating 6.4. Directed by Robert Hill Released in 1936. Complete print. CAST NOTE: Rex Bell may not have been the greatest on-screen hero, but off-screen he was the cowboy who finally tamed Clara Bow by marrying her.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, range war, Rex Bell, David Sharpe, Earl Dwire, Charles King, Marion Shilling,...
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by Benedict Bogeaus
movies

eye 46,183

favorite 25

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With the exception of a few brief interludes this print is much sharper than the IA Feature Films Collection copy. “High seas fun” “Magnificent Charles Laughton” “Worthy sea adventure” “A bit disappointing” (IMDB reviews quotes). There may be more intrigue than action in this medium-budget pirate adventure, nevertheless Laughton more than makes up for it with his wonderfully over the top and ironic performance as the infamous captain. Randolph Scott costarrs at the head of a...
Topics: adventures, pirates, pirate adventures, Captain William Kidd, Charles Laughton, Randolph Scott,...
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by Robert J Horner
movies

eye 20,149

favorite 6

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A hilariously inept poverty row western starring Jack Perrin. The plot and dialog are worse than comic-book juvenile. The acting wouldn't pass muster for the cast of a middle school play. The fistfights are more like friendly wrestling matches. This one is a real laugher, but to be fair some of the continunity gaffs might be the result of the botched TV edit. Written and directed by Robert J Horner. Released in 1930. Complete print (1949 TV edit)
favoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Jack Perrin, Fred Church, Josephine Hill, Virginia Ashcroft (as Virginia...
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by Jesse L Lasky and Adolph Zukor
movies

eye 12,396

favorite 17

comment 1

“Not bad for an early talkie” “Obvious but fun early murder mystery” “A real creaker” (IMDB reviews quotes). Yeah it’s a creaker but an entertaining creaker with some cast members who would go on to long and distinguished Hollywood careers. The video quality is fair. The audio is primitive yet intelligible. IMDB rating 5.9. Directed by Frank Tuttle. Released in 1929. Complete print. CAST NOTE: Fredrick March and Florence Eldridge were off-screen husband and wife.
favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Mysteries, murder mysteries, whodunits, Neil Hamilton, Doris Hill, Warner Oland, Fredrick March,...
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by Buster Keaton (uncredited)
movies

eye 23,125

favorite 24

comment 1

This glitch-free print is sharper than the existing IA copies, and with a smaller download file. A lively, pre-code show business comedy that's one of Buster Keaton's better talkies. One extended sequence qualifies as a slapstick masterpiece. Good supporting cast. Original story by Clarence Kellard. Directed by Edward Sedgwick Released in 1932 Complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: comedies, backstage comesdies, slapstick, pre code, Buster Keaton, Jimmy Durante, Ruth Selwyn,...
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by Helmuth Volmer
movies

eye 33,874

favorite 42

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This print is significantly sharper than the existing IA copy. Also, the audio is in sync. A jungle girl adventure produced in West Germany. It became a US grindhouse hit in the early '60s because of Marion Michael's nudity Directed by Edvard von Borsody German release 1956 US release 1959 dubbed English complete print a.k.a. "Liane, das Madchen aus dem Urwald"
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
Topics: Adventures, jungle girls, grindhouse, Marion Michael, Hardy Kruger
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by Earl Hudson (uncredited)
movies

eye 28,043

favorite 70

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This restored and reconstructed version is 8 minutes longer than the other IA copies. The glitch-free print is significently sharper. The landmark fantasy adventure adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's popular novel. Stopmotion animation by Willis O'Brien of "King Kong" fame. Directed by Harry O Hoyt. Released in 1925. Runtime 76 minutes.
Topics: adventures, fantasies, creature features, dinosaurs, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Bessie Love, Lewis...
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by Eugene Frenke
movies

eye 15,426

favorite 15

comment 1

This version has better image quality than the copy that's already at IA which was a tape transfer, probably VHS. However this new upload comes from the same original source which has slightly muffled audio and some sprocket noise in a few scenes This is a seriocomic romantic adventure involving spies and a European refugee who is being deported from the US on the eve of World War 2. Stars Anna Sten and Alan Marshal, with Jerome Cowan and Harry Davenport in support. One of the final appearances...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: romance, adventures, refugees, espionage, Anna Sten, Alan Marshal
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by Paul Malvern
movies

eye 26,126

favorite 17

comment 1

This print is sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies. An entertaining John Wayne oater with fistfights, shootouts, lots of bad guys and a cute kid. Old reliables Gabby Hayes and Yakima Canutt are part of the B-western fun. Directed by Harry Fraser. US release 1934. UK release 1935. Complete print. a.k.a. "'Neath Arizona Skies". TRIVIA: Wayne and Canutt doubled for each other in some of the action sequences.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, adventures, orphan, John Wayne, Yakima Canutt, Shirley Jeane Ricket, Sheila...
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by W T Lackey
movies

eye 13,847

favorite 20

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Events surrounding the murder of a phony radio star and notorious ladies' man. Stars Ralph Forbes and Vivienne Osborne. Gail Patrick, Louise Beavers and George "Gabby" Hayes have supporting roles. Directed by Phil Rosen Released in 1933 Tape-transferred complete print a.k.a. "False Fronts"
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: dramas, melodramas, radio crooners, Ralph Forbes, Vivienne Osborne, Gail Patrick, Louise Beavers...
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by David L Hewitt
movies

eye 42,932

favorite 90

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"Buzzard of Mars" "Possibly the most pointless movie ever made" "No doubt the worst Mars movie" "Horse of a different color" "Morons mess up Mars" (IMDB reviews quotes). Sixties schlock fi with actors so bad they would have given Ed Wood pause. It's almost saved by John Carradine's disembodied head, but he just makes it funnier for all the wrong reasons. Some of the audio FX were ripped off from "Forbidden Planet." Filmed in the Great...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews )
Topics: science fiction, sci fi, schlock fi, Mars, John Carradine, Roger Gentry, Vic McGee, Jerry Rannow,...
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by Fritz Lang & Walter Wagner
movies

eye 12,860

favorite 27

comment 1

This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copies, and with a smaller download file. Fritz Lang's ironic film noir of a middle-age man's obsessive involvement with an alluring young woman. Strong performances by Bennett, Duryea and especially Edward G Robinson. Inspired by Jean Renoir's 1931 film "La Chienne." (Not related to D W Griffith's 1919 film "Scarlet Street.") Directed by Fritz Lang. Released in 1945. Complete print. TRIVIA; The twelve paintings...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: dramas, film noir, obsession, modern art, Greenwich Village, Edward G Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan...
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by Hunt Stromberg
movies

eye 57,282

favorite 61

comment 0

This print isn't perfect, however it is a noticable improvement over the existing IA copy, plus it is un-cropped and in the correct aspect ratio which the IA print isn't. A mysterious strangler is at work behind the scenes in Gypsy Rose Lee's popular mystery novel, "The G-String Murders," brought to the screen as a lively backstage whodunit starring Barbara Stanwyck backed by a worthy supporting cast and burlesque acts to spice up the rising body count. Directed by William A Wellman....
Topics: mysteries, whodunits, burlesque, Barbara Stanwyck, Michael O'Shea, J Edward Bromberg, Iris Adrian,...
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by Edward J White
movies

eye 13,991

favorite 9

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It’s cowboys vs Indians and brother vs brother in this action-packed B-oater staring Rex Allen and his horse Koko. Leonard Nimoy is featured as a renegade Indian chief. Be advised it also includes a lot of “the only good Indian is a dead Indian” racism. Above average production values. Remake of “The Apache Kid” (1941). IMDB rating 6.2. Directed by William Witney. Released in 1953. Complete print. AKA “Overland Trail Riders” 
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Cowboys and Indians, racism, Rex Allen, Slim Pickens, Leonard Nimoy, Virginia...
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by John Maxwell
movies

eye 14,587

favorite 29

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An inheritance sends a bored British couple off on an adventure that leads to a ship wreck and a seriocomic romantic odyssey that includes infidelity. An adaptation of the novel by Dale Collins. Not the usual Hitchcock fare but easily recognizable as his and definitely worth a look. Adapted & directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Released in 1932. Complete print. a.k.a. "East of Shanghai" (US) TRIVIA: Don't bother looking for Hitch in this one.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: romantic dramas, romantic comedies, adventures, ship wrecks, marital infidelity, Henry Kendall,...
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by Michael Powell
movies

eye 55,098

favorite 77

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This print is a bit sharper and with a smaller download file than the existing IA copy. In an effort to escape captivity stranded Nazi submariners trek across Canada. One of the notable films of World War 2, which were actually produced during the war. Directed by Michael Powell UK release 1941 US release 1942 complete print
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
Topics: action dramas, war dramas, WW2, all-star casts, Laurence Olivier, Glynis Johns, Leslie Howard,...
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by Edward Finney
movies

eye 16,301

favorite 8

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A Tex Ritter western with Mantan Moreland. Mantan sings and even dances a little. Good print quality for a B-oater. Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. Released in 1939. a.k.a. "Ridin' the Frontier". Complete print. More Mantan here at IA: https://archive.org/post/1006776/the-mantan-moreland-list-update-4
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Tex Ritter, Mantan Moreland, Jean Joyce, White Flash (horse)
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by Alfred Stern
movies

eye 10,204

favorite 9

comment 1

8th of the 22 independently produced Texas Rangers westerns staring Dave O'Brien, James Newill and Guy Wilkerson. Filmed on the Ray Corrigan Ranch in Simi Valley, CA. Be advised this one includes blackface racism. IMDB rating 5.6. Directed by Elmer Clifton. Released in 1943. Complete print.
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Westerns, B-westerns, Dave O'€™Brien (as Dave "Tex"€ O'Brien), James Newill (as Jim...
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by Lionel J Toll
movies

eye 13,548

favorite 15

comment 1

Yet another poverty row jungle girl adventure to add to your collection. Directed by Steve Sekely. Released in 1947. some missing frames. TRIVIA: A clip from this film is in "It Came From Hollywood" (1982)
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: adventures, jungle jills, Leif Erickson, Gale Sherwood, Veda Ann Borg, Frank Jenks
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by George W Weeks
movies

eye 9,190

favorite 4

comment 1

The 24th and final western in the independently produced Range Busters series starring Ray Corrigan. An okay oater typical of its stablemates. IMDB rating 6.1. Directed by Anthony Marshall. Released in 1943. Complete print. a.k.a. "Vengeance in the Saddle" (UK) CAST NOTE: Besides acting in matinee serials and numerous B-westerns Ray "Crash" Corrigan is remembered for inhabiting gorilla suits in more than a dozen films such as "The White Gorilla" which is available...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: Westerns, B-westerns, Ray Corrigan, Dennis Moore (as Deny Moore), Max Terhune, Julie Duncan, Glenn...
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by William T Lackey
movies

eye 21,030

favorite 35

comment 1

A murder mystery/adventure costarring Marcia Mae Jones and Jackie Moran who were paired in a number of Monogram youth films including "The Gang's All Here" (1941) which is available here at IA. Incidentally, there is no haunted house in "Haunted House." Directed by Robert McGowan Released in 1940 a.k.a. "The Blake Murder Mystery" (UK) CAST NOTE: Jackie Moran played Buddy Wade in the popular Universal Pictures serial "Buck Rogers."
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: mysteries, murder mysteries, teenagers, Marcia Mae Jones, Jackie Moran, George Cleveland
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by none credited
movies

eye 23,800

favorite 47

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Steam engines and a steamy love triangle in a pre-code melodrama with a spectacular conclusion. Good cast and good production values with excellent location cinematography. The print is in good condition. Directed by William A Wellman. Release date (see note) a.k.a. "Steel Highway" Complete print. NOTE: This film was released in October 1930 as "Steel Highway." However it didn't open in theaters until April 1931 at which time it was titled "Other Men's Women." It...
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews )
Topics: dramas, melodramas, romantic dramas, railroading, pre code, Grant Withers, Mary Astor, Regis...
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by Robert Tansey
movies

eye 7,403

favorite 6

comment 1

A standard Monogram matinee western starring Tom Keene. The glitch-free print has good audio and viewable image quality. Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey (as Robert Tansey). Released in 1942. Complete print. CAST NOTE: During the '30s, '40s and '50s Tom Keene (a.k.a. George Duryea & Richard Powers) appeared in dozens of low-budget westerns, either in starring or supporting roles. Today he is probably best known for playing Colonel Edwards in Ed Wood's "Plan 9 from Outer Space,"...
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Tom Keene, Frank Yaconelli, Sugar O'Day, Jack Ingram, Hope Blackwood
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by William LeBaron
movies

eye 11,442

favorite 13

comment 1

“A true curiosity” (IMDB review quote). This crime melodrama is a fascinating example of how as late as 1930 some actors and directors were still learning to adapt to the medium of sound-film. It also is a good example of how a bad movie can be a lot of fun. Ned Sparks’ over-the-top performance as a crotchety old crime author steals the show. A remake of the 1914 silent “The Conspiracy.” IMDB rating 5.7. Directed by Christy Cabanne. Released in 1930. Complete print. AKA...
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Topics: Dramas, melodramas, crime dramas, Ned Sparks, Bessie Love, Hugh Trevor, Ivan Lebedeff, Rita La Roy,...
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by Maury M Cohen
movies

eye 10,810

favorite 13

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“Sincere but routine” “Insipid and overly sentimental” (IMDB reviews quotes). Marion Nixon stars in this ordinary melodrama of class differences adapted from a novel by Vida Hurst. Good supporting cast and adequate production values, however there are no tango dancers in “Tango.” IMDB rating 5.6. Directed by Phil Rosen. Released in 1936. Complete print.
Topics: Dramas, melodramas, Marian Nixon, Chick Chandler, Marie Prevost, Matty Kemp, Warren Hymer, George...
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by Dwain Esper and Hildegarde Stadie
movies

eye 10,403

favorite 9

comment 0

“There are few films like it” “Strange and disquieting” “Worth watching at least once” (IMDB reviews quotes). Early illicit drug use exploitation from the producer who would later give us the infamous “Reefer Madness.” It definitely is, as one reviewer commented, “strange and disquieting.” A fascinating curiosity. IMDB rating 3.9. Directed by Dwain Esper & Vival Sodar’t. Released in 1933. Complete print (minus a few missing frames). AKA “Narcotic Racket”  
Topics: Dramas, exploitation, pre-code, drug addiction, opium, opium dens, wild drug parties, suicide,...
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by Shintaro Shirai
movies

eye 21,626

favorite 111

comment 1

“History speaks for itself” “Immersion in an ancient and different culture” “Most inspiring movie” “Slow and talky” (IMDB reviews quotes). A lengthy propaganda epic loosely based on the 18th  century tale of samurai whose loyalty to their master transcended his death. Produced for the Japanese military government as a way to instill the public with the so-called Bushido virtues for the impending war. Huge cast and flawless production. IMDB rating 7.5. Directed by Kengi...
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Topics: Dramas, Japanese dramas, WW2 propaganda, samurai, 18th century Japan, Ako vendetta, Chojuro...
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eye 34,816

favorite 72

comment 0

This film is in the public domain. The copyright notice in the opening credits refers to a musical background track which has been removed. This is the original, unedited, full-length version which predates "Metropolis" by three years. FROM IMDB: This is called the first Soviet science fiction film because of its "futuristic" sets on Mars, although most of it takes place in Moscow. The movie is set at the beginning of the NEP (New Economic Policy) in December, 1921. A...
Topics: sci fi, silent sci fi, fantasy, Russian sci fi, propaganda, Mars
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by Sol M. Wurtzel
movies

eye 34,216

favorite 63

comment 3

This complete print is brighter and significantly sharper than the truncated version already here at IA. Bad guys want to blow up the French fleet at Port Said. Mr. Moto would rather they didn't. Urban adventure ensues, along with a side order of comedy relief. Initially released on 20 January 1939. IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0031678/
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Topics: adventures, sabotage, Mr. Moto, Peter Lorre, George Sanders, John Carradine, Ricardo Cortez,...
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by F B Schulberg
movies

eye 11,437

favorite 30

comment 3

This print is much less than perfect. However the heavy blue cast has been removed and the excessive contrast reduced. Also now it is in the standard MPEG4 (MP4) format with a smaller down footprint.   “Creaky but fun” “More than fascinating” “Good early talkie” (IMDB reviews quotes).   William Powell as Philo Vance is confronted with a murder mystery and an old mansion filled suspects at each others throats. Good cast and superior production values for a 68-minute whodunit....
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Topics: mysteries, murder mysteries, whodunits, Philo Vance, William Powell, Eugene Pallette, Jean Arthur,...
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by Julius Hagen
movies

eye 12,414

favorite 5

comment 0

“Creaky quota quickie” (IMDB review quote). I agree with the IMDB reviewer. This musty crime melodrama creaks like a rusty gate hinge. Nevertheless it’s not without points of interest, especially if you’re curious about what the British equivalent of Mascot Pictures and Tiffany Productions were cranking out in the early ‘30s. IMDB rating 5.0. Adapted and directed by George Pearson. Released in 1933 (UK only). Complete print ?
Topics: melodramas, crime dramas, John Stuart, Viola Keats, Leslie Perrins, A Bromley Davenport
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by Harry Sherman
movies

eye 11,263

favorite 14

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This print is less than perfect, but it has improved contrast and brightness. “Well done and interesting” “Entertaining” “More fun and adventure with Hoppy and company” (IMDB reviews quotes). Hoppy goes undercover to catch twin crooks and their gang of cattle rustlers, which gves more screen time to Gabby and Russell. Good cast and good production values. All of which place it a lariat above the average matinee oater. Followed in 1941 by “In Old Colorado.” IMDB rating 7.0....
Topics: Westerns, B-westerns, Hopalong Cassidy, William Boyd, George Hayes, Russell Hayden, Stanley Ridges...
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by Leslie Howard and Harold Huth
movies

eye 17,701

favorite 30

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This glitch-free print is sharper than the low-resolution copy in this collection. Leslie Howard again has the title role in this seriocomic world war 2 updating of the classic adventure yarn of the napoleonic wars, "The Scarlet Pimpernel." Directed by Leslie Howard UK release 1941 US release 1942 a.k.a. "The Fighting Pimpernel" & "Mr V" (US) Complete print NOTE: "The Scarlet Pimpernel" and its direct sequel, "Return of the Scarlet...
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Topics: adventures, WW2, Nazi Germany, Leslie Howard, Francis L Sullivan, Mary Morris, Michael Rennie...
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by Sigmund Neufeld
movies

eye 12,714

favorite 6

comment 1

Another B-oater new to the Archive. This one starrs Bob Steele in the 4th of 5 westerns in which he played Billy the Kid as a hero. Steele is supported by a large cast of cowboy regulars including Al St. John (as Fuzzy). An okay series entry with a 6.8 IMDB rating. Directed by Sam Newfield (as Sherman Scott). Released in 1941. Complete print. a.k.a. "Billy the Kid Trails West". TRIVIA: First telecast 5 May 1945 on NYC's WNBT.
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Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Bob Steele, Al St John (as Fuzzy St John), Phyllis Adair, Carleton Young,...
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by Yonejiro Saito
movies

eye 20,878

favorite 77

comment 2

A gigantic, rocket-powered, flying turtle with fangs befriends an annoying little kid, which doesn't interfere with the usual monster mayhem. This is the original widescreen release without the tacked-on footage of the English-dubbed version known as "Gamera the Invincible," which also is available here at IA. Directed by Noriaki Yuasa Released in 1965 Japanese language with English subtitles complete print
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Topics: monsters, Japanese monsters, creature features, Gamera
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by Victor Adamson
movies

eye 11,720

favorite 10

comment 1

Have you ever seen a B-western so ineptly produced its title card was misspelled? Well you have now. And as in some of Ed Wood's scenes night turns to day and back to night as if the Sun had circled the Earth in three minutes. (Maybe this is where Ed got the idea.) It's a real hoot for all the wrong reasons. Directed by Victor Adamson (as Denver Dixon) Released in 1934 a.k.a. "Lightning Bill" (intended title) Complete print?
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Topics: westerns, B-westerns, Jay Wilsey (as Buffalo Bill Jr), Alma Rayford, Bud Osborne
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by Alexander Korda
movies

eye 36,691

favorite 59

comment 5

This a sharper version without the cropped frames of the other copy here at IA. A luminous biopic of the legendary Flemish painter. Alexander Korda considered this to be his finest film. It also features one of Charles Laughton's greatest early performances. An outstanding supporting cast includes, among others, Gertrude Lawrence and Elsa Lanchester. Directed by Alexander Korda. Released in 1936. Complete print.
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Topics: dramas, biopics, Rembrandt van Rijn, Charles Laughton, Gertrude Lawrence, Elsa Lanchester
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by David O Selznick
movies

eye 28,322

favorite 68

comment 0

This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copy, and it is in the correct aspect ratio. A telling spoof of instant celebrity culture and one of the thirties' great screwball comedies with a cast well suited to its wacky screenplay. Directed by William Wellman. Released in 1937. Complete print.
Topics: comedies, screwball comedies, Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Charles Winninger, Walter Connolly
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by Boris Morros
movies

eye 19,015

favorite 34

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This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copy. Heartbroken looser in love Olly joins the French Foreign Legion to forget, and of course he drags along Stan who forgets everything. One of the funniest L&H feature-length comedies with great slapstick routines and magical moments like Stan playing "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise" on a bedspring while he and Olly are waiting to be shot at dawn. A must-see for all fans of the eternally hapless duo. Directed by...
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Topics: comedies, slapstick, French Foreign Legion, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Jean Parker, Reginald...
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by Clifford Cochran & John Krimsky (both uncredited)
movies

eye 13,882

favorite 41

comment 2

This glitch-free print is sharper than the existing IA copy. The audio quality also has been improved. Paul Robeson's tour de force performance in the taboo-busting partial adaptation of Eugene O'Neal's play. Universally recognized today as a landmark film, in 1933 it was rejected by a large segment of the African-American community. In one respect they were justified. "The Emperor Jones" does reenforce negative black stereotypes. Directed by Dudley Murphy (& William C de Mille...
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Topics: dramas, race films, Paul Robeson, Dudley Digges, Frank H Wilson, Fredi Washington, Ruby Elzy,...
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by Samuel Spewack
movies

eye 18,192

favorite 41

comment 1

A feature-length government documentary on events leading up to and the first five months after the US entry into World War 2. Not to be confused with the Tames Television series "The World at War" (1973-4). Directed by Lowell Mellett. Released in 1942. Complete Print.
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Topics: Documentaries, WW2, Pearl Harbor, 1942, Paul Stewart (voice)
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by George King (& John Stafford uncredited)
movies

eye 7,656

favorite 19

comment 1

A British espionage thriller set in French North Africa which costarrs James Mason and Carla Lehmann backed by a worthy supporting cast. The entirely fictional screenplay was inspired by a real event. First rate A-feature production values. The Print is in excellent condition. Directed by George King. Released in 1944 (UK & US). Complete print (US version). SPECIAL NOTE: This film is in the public domain because its release date makes it ineligible for GATT protection, and because the US...
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Topics: war dramas, espionage, thrillers, WW2, French North Africa, James Mason, Carla Lehmann, Walter...
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by Alexander Korda
movies

eye 6,219

favorite 43

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This is the sharpest and cleanest print I’ve seen and a significant improvement over the other IA copies. “Hugely imaginative” “Visually stunning” “Unique example of serious science fiction” “Inspiring” “Striking futuristic vision” (IMDB reviews quotes). H G Wells and William Cameron Menzies present the first great science fiction/future fiction epic of the sound-film era, with a superb cast and stunning visual effects which for impact have never been surpassed. Highly...
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Topics: Science fiction, sci-fi, sci fi, future fiction, world war, Moon flight, “Wings Over the...
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by The 2am Theater
movies

eye 14,064

favorite 34

comment 0

This is a simulated double feature program at a inner-city second-run movie house in the '60s. Rocket into the future with previews of coming attractions followed by a cartoon. Then in "The Phantom Planet" an astronaut lands on a mysterious asteroid populated by six-inch tall people - the cute ones in miniskirts. In the second feature presentation only Victor Jory can save Earth from being invaded by the slinky babes in black body stockings from "Cat-Women of the Moon."...
Topics: 2am theater, science fiction, sci fi, double feature, high heels & miniskirts, Dean Fredericks,...
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by The 2am Theater
movies

eye 13,893

favorite 32

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Whether They’re from Mars or Planet X those dastardly aliens are out to get us. The proof is in this simulated double feature program at an inner-city second-run theater. The future shock begins with coming attractions and a cartoon. Then evil aliens in satin Cossack shirts let loose a mini-plague of zombies in “Plan 9 From Outer Space.” Followed by an invisible alien in a visible diving helmet raising hell in Southern California in “Phantom From Space”. We need a border wall in...
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Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, sci fi, alien invasions, Cossack shirts, diving helmets, Bela Lugosi,...
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by Ken Curtis & B R McLendon
movies

eye 8,553

favorite 34

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This is the original widescreen theatrical print which is significantly sharper than the other versions here at IA. All of which have modified formats. Stars Don Sullivan, Fred Graham and Lisa Simone Directed by Ray Kellogg Released in 1959 Filmed in and around Cielo, Texas complete print
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Topics: teen exploitation, teenagers, monsters, creature features, hot rods
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by The 2am Theater
movies

eye 9,795

favorite 84

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Mexico and Southern California are the playgrounds for this 2am Theater’s menagerie of monstrous nightmares. Tonight’s drive-in scream fest opens with previews of shrieks to come. Then in “The Black Scorpion” Richard Denning and Mara Corday can’t prevent gigantic arachnids from attacking Mexico City. Next in “The Monster That Challenged the World” it’s the mollusks’ turn when gruesome giant slugs eat delicious beach babes and everyone else in the Salton Sea. (bon appetit!) 
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Topics: 2am Theater, double feature, creature features, monsters, Tim Holt, Audrey Dalton, Hans Conried,...
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by Ed Nelson (as Edwin Nelson) & Roger Corman (uncredited)
movies

eye 32,148

favorite 74

comment 3

This could be considered a rip off of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956) and Roger Corman's "It Conquered the World," except for something you will only discover by watching it, and it is worth watching. This is a surprisingly good little drive-in sci fi flick considering the extreme limitations of its $30,000 budget. Directed by Bruno VeSota. Released in 1958. a.k.a. "Keepers of the Earth" "The Keepers" "The Brain Snatchers" Complete...
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Topics: sci fi, horror, mind control, Ed Nelson, Alan Jay Factor, Joanna Lee, Cornelius Keefe, Leonard Nimoy
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by Anatole de Grunwald
movies

eye 13,828

favorite 28

comment 1

Life in and around a British bomber base from 1940 to early 1943. Excellent cast. Solid direction. Good production. This isn't a traditional war actioner. Rather it's a drama with romantic elements of how lives are impacted by war. Although highly regarded now, it flopped at its US opening, possibly because audiences were expecting a British actioner like "One of Our Aircraft is Missing" or "We Dive at Dawn." Directed by Anthony Asquith. Released in 1945. a.k.a. "Johnny...
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Topics: Dramas, war dramas, romantic dramas, home front, RAF, USAAF, Michael Redgrave, John Mills, Douglass...
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by Erich Pommer (& Charles Laughton uncredited)
movies

eye 9,577

favorite 16

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This print is sharper and with less shrill audio than the existing IA copies. A seriocomic tale of London buskers (street performers) costarring Charles Laughton and Vivien Leigh with a solid supporting cast. A neglected classic that's a must for Laughton and Leigh fans. Directed by Tim Whelan. UK release 1938. US release 1940. Complete print. a.k.a. "Sidewalks of London" TRIVIA: First telecast September 11, 1949 on KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles. The theaters shown during the opening...
Topics: dramas, comedies, London buskers, street performers, 30's London, Charles Laughton, Vivien Leigh,...
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by Leo C Popkin
movies

eye 14,501

favorite 26

comment 0

This print is sharper and brighter than the existing IA copies. Time is running out for Edmond O'Brien's desperate attempt to solve his own murder. A classic and hard-hitting film noir with a good supporting cast that at the time were mostly relative unknowns. Directed by Rudolph Mate Released in 1950 a.k.a. "Dead on Arrival" (literal title) Complete print CAST NOTE: The feature film debuts of Neville Brand and future scream queen Beverly Garland (billed as Beverly Campbell).
Topics: mysteries, film noir, Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland, Neville Brand,...
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by Aubrey Schenck
movies

eye 11,621

favorite 28

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A film noir bad cop/good cop violent crime drama starring Edmund O'Brien and John Agar. Marla English is the lady in the middle. This one doesn't pull any punches. Well produced. An adaptation of the novel by William P McGiven. Directed by Howard W Koch & Edmund O'Brien. Released in 1954. Complete print. CAST NOTE: Stafford Repp's feature film debut.
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Topics: crime dramas, police dramas, film noir, Edmund O'Brien, John Agar, Marla English, Emile Meyer,...